Investigate the chemistry behind aspirin&apos s effects Aspirin is the most widely used over-the-counter medication in the world. Do your
Acid rain can be devastating to aquatic ecosystems and terrestrial areas. It not only effects naturally-occurring surfaces, such as rocky
In this lab, you will gain an understanding of the basic differences between the properties of acids and bases. Know
Understand the importance of proteins, carbohydrates, and lipids in living organisms. Students will learn to identify a positive test result
Investigate the chemistry behind polymers with the 4 activities in this kit. Explore superabsorbant polymers with the Invisible Crystal and the Super Sponge activities, make slime, and turn a liquid into a rubber ball that bounces. Materials are sufficient for 5 demonstrations.
Water pollution is one of the largest threats facing the global population. Water is a finite resource. Once polluted, it
A magnetic liquid, also known as a ferrofluid, may seem like a space-age concept.That&apos s because it is! Now you
Observe the polymerization of nylon with this fun and easy demonstration. The nylon rope trick engages students in organic chemistry and opens the door to a discussion about polymer synthesis, properties, and its many applications. This demonstration requires approximately 15 min, and materials are sufficient for it to be performed 5 times
What’ s in a shampoo? Learn the secrets behind shampoos – what they&apos re made of and how they work!
A fun look at how toothpaste works! How does toothpaste work? What is it made of? Are all brands the
Super Water Absorbent Polymers Super Water Absorbent Polymers Water absorbent polymers are essential in uses ranging from agriculture to personal